Saskatoon residents are being warned of a phone discount scam, according to the city

Saskatoon residents are being warned of a phone discount scam, according to the city

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  • Residents are reminded to never give out personal or banking information over the phone, text or email and it’s best practice to block suspicious phone numbers and delete after reporting. If you’ve become a victim of fraud or would like to report a scam, the city says to call Saskatoon Police Service. Scammers typically use the information collected to get money or commit identity theft, the city says.

  • Saskatoon community association calling on police for assistance following string of harassment incidents. ‘I want to speak for my son’: Sask. mother of late teen advocating for suicide awareness. The city reminds residents that it will never ask or collect credit cards, bank accounts or any personal information from customers over phone or email. The city says it typically uses application forms to collect for the green cart program.

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